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Film Captures Hope, Peace in Drawings by Hiroshima Children

The legacy of the atomic bomb blast that devastated Hiroshima, Japan, 71 years ago, can be seen in the city's Peace Memorial Park and in a documentary about a group of children who survived the attack. The story begins at All Souls Church Unitarian in Washington, two years after the war. As part of their postwar humanitarian efforts, congregants sent badly needed school supplies to students in Hiroshima. Although their concrete school building had survived, the wooden interior, and...

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